Exercise helped Wendy Rahn beat breast cancer. Now she’s helping other survivors realize the importance of staying active during their own recovery.
An employee health program helped Dennis Rostad drop 40 pounds and discover a new appreciation for health and fitness. Now he’s encouraging his coworkers to get fit, too.
A health scare convinced Brad and Ivette Heutmaker to change their eating and exercise habits. Now, even their daughter is reaping the rewards of their healthier choices.
A dozen years ago, Jodi Ring suffered two brain aneurysms that could easily have left her dead. Instead, they led her to get on her bike and ride.
At nearly 400 pounds, Denise Morth decided to transform her life. Now she’s running marathons.
John Martin used to eat whatever he wanted. When he was diagnosed with celiac disease, all that changed. And his health changed, too – for the better.
After a devastating car accident, Hillary Hopkins was told she’d never walk again. With the help of her trainers, she hopes to prove doctors wrong.
As a working mother of three children, Jean Kane has carved out better life balance – and deeper satisfaction – by focusing on her core values.
When Micki Gibbs took up running, she just wanted to be part of her sister’s wedding. She had no idea she’d inspire her friends to get moving, too.
After years of weight struggles, a newfound love of running helped Terrince Thomas take some important — and rewarding — health strides.
When a stroke left Jeff Mudgett physically limited and literally speechless, he realized he could give up on his health – or get serious about it.
When her mother died, Patty Masters decided to relaunch her life.
When Mike Jasper took charge of his health, his whole family benefited.
When Steve Sticha realized he was eating for three, he revamped his meal plan and his way of life.
How Erin Dugan broke her cycle of unhealthy dieting, lost 100 pounds and became an athlete – the smart way.
One Plano, Texas, family overcame sweat, tears and 19,340 feet to conquer the tallest freestanding mountain in the world.
Committing to fitness helped Randall Pledger restore balance and mobility that Parkinson’s disease had taken away – and convinced his wife Corky to come along for the ride.
Marlene Christensen used exercise to stay in shape and put her cancer in remission.
When Michelle Stark made the commitment to get healthy, she started shedding pounds – and the myths of what it means to be a mother.
David Waugh’s family inspired him to overcome inertia and turn his health around.
Carol Grones found the support she needed to work out more effectively and get in shape with a team-based approach to weight loss.